Authorities said a car crashed with another car at the intersection of Northwest 7th Street and Northwest 22nd Avenue that led to four injuries.

A 40-year-old man crashed his Nissan Pathfinder into another vehicle at the Northwest 7th Street and Northwest 22nd Avenue intersection. The other vehicle, a Honda driven by a 59-year-old man, was driving on Northwest 22nd Avenue, police said.

It was reported that the Nissan SUV driver attempted to outrun the red light which led to the collision. The SUV crashed into the Honda and both vehicles came to a standstill, police said.

The two occupants in the Honda were severely injured, police reported. The three occupants of the Nissan also sustained injuries. The crash victims have been taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.

No charge has been filed yet, police said. It was also reported that investigation is still ongoing.

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